The strength and resilience of the regional tourism industry will take centre-stage at Cumbria Tourism’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) next month, following the release of figures which reveal that just over 45 million people visited the county in 2016. This is up 2 million on the previous year.Despite the...

Two councillors have joined Eden District Council’s Executive. They are Councillor Paula Breen (Penrith Carleton/Conservative) as Resources Portfol...

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is releasing the latest title in its pub walks series aimed at the most adventurous hill walkers who enjoy long d...

The Eden District Councillor for Alston Moor, Thomas Sheriff (Liberal Democrat Group), has with effect from 16 May 2017 resigned from being a Ward...

Carlisle College Music Technology and Production students are set to launch their very own albums at an event later this week as part of their end...

Eden District Council is providing £30,000 of funding to support local business growth and expansion in the area.The money will be used as match fu...

Cumbria’s tourism businesses are being asked to take part in a county-wide survey to find out how the sector is performing.

The ‘Tourism Bu...

Holiday cottage agency Lakelovers celebrated turning 40 with plaque of honour being unveiled this afternoon. They were joined by an array of local businesses, Lakelovers cottage owners and special...
As part of the Cumberland Building Societies’ #GrinUpNorth! campaign I was invited to think about a place in Cumbria I would like to profile – not an easy task to pick just one! From the coast to the...
Over 175 tonnes of floating concrete and more than 500 metres of galvanised chain have formed the platform for a new marina at Low Wood Bay on Windermere.The feat of engineering, thought to be the...
Cumbria Tourism - the county’s official destination marketing organisation - is welcoming today’s opening of a new bridge to re-connect the Lakeland village of Staveley and welcome back visitors,...